I want to learn how to read hands. What must I do and what do I need.
Klarissa: The tools are simple, a large magnifying glass, a good light and a small ruler are handy. Regular reading of this column with trips to other sources including the author’s Encyclopedia of Palmistry will be useful. But most important is looking at and feeling many hands and developing a perceptive eye for what distinguishes one hand from another. A good palmist should not be too shy, but must like to hold hands.
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